Free Tool Helps Nonprofits Create Fundraising Plans

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Heritage Designs’ free online tool helps nonprofits draft and implement effective fundraising plans

The Fundraising Plan - A Tool for Nonprofits

The Fundraising Plan - A Tool for Nonprofits

By using this tool, nonprofits can enhance their capacity for fundraising and, therefore, raise more money.

Crafting a fundraising plan got a little easier for nonprofits with the help of a Phoenix-based software company’s newest tool. The Fundraising Plan from Heritage Designs is a free tool designed to enable nonprofits to easily create a fundraising plan that will serve as a guide for an organization's fundraising activities.

“This new tool addresses the needs of nonprofits of all sizes, helping them design a plan that will maximize fundraising resources and establish attainable goals for the organization,” said Diana Hoyt, president and founder of Heritage Designs. “By using this tool, nonprofits can enhance their capacity for fundraising and, therefore, raise more money.”

After answering several questions, the Fundraising Plan will customize a document for the user’s organization. The tool simplifies the process of writing a fundraising plan by providing a decision-making framework for myriad nonprofit fundraising activities, including corporate giving, foundation giving, individual and major donors, special events, online fundraising, membership, planned giving and more.

To create a fundraising plan, visit

About Heritage Designs
Heritage Designs is committed to serving the nonprofit sector and providing excellence in designing solutions for fundraising. The cornerstone of its approach is MatchMaker FundRaising Software, a fundraising/donor management software package available in three products: MatchMaker FundRaising Software Standard Edition, Enterprise Edition and Online. In addition to the software, Heritage Designs provides comprehensive training, technical support and fundraising consulting. The company’s client base includes hospitals, colleges and private schools, library foundations and social service organizations, such as domestic violence shelters, food banks and organizations serving people with disabilities.


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